1 article(s) from Saccardi, Leonie
Bee propolis. (A) Raw propolis as collected from the hive. (B) Homogenised propolis powder. (C) Con...
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Head and mandible of a worker bee. (A) Frontal view of a honeybee head with an arrow pointing to th...
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Adhesion experiments. (A) Experimental set-up for adhesion testing with the Basalt-01 mechanical te...
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Anatomy of the bee mandible. (A) Medial surface of left bee mandible. Characteristic features are l...
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Profile of scales on bee mandibles. (A) Cryo-SEM micrograph of mandible cuticle. The arrowhead indi...
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Mandibles of propolis bees. (A) Mandible tip completely covered with resin. (B) Resin residues on m...
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Propolis adhesion on bee mandibles. (A) Adhesion of propolis on bee mandibles compared to glass. Ad...
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Fractures of freshly prepared, frozen bee mandibles. (A) Overview of mandible fracture. Inside and ...
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Bee mandibles washed with different methods. (A–C) Cryo-SEM micrographs of untreated bee mandibles ...
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Fractures of bee mandibles washed with chloroform. (A) Cryo-SEM micrograph of fractured bee mandibl...
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Replica of bee mandible. (A) Bee mandible replica made of Spurr’s epoxy resin. (B) Propolis adhesio...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2022, 13, 958–974, doi:10.3762/bjnano.13.84
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